Peter Obi In Washington DC, USA
Peter, a forefront contender in the Presidential race of 2023 in Nigeria has been touring the world to study their system of economy which has made other countries more successful than Nigeria, and to sensitize diaspora based Nigerians on the need to develop the country.
Peter Obi is in Washington DC, in the USA to discuss some issue based predicaments of Nigeria and how he intends to solve problems if elected as president.
The most competent, credible, consistent and widely accepted presidential candidate, His Excellency Peter Obi of Labour Party has continued in his wider consultation with diasporan Nigerians.
In his discussion with diasporans in Washington DC, USA, Obi his mandate is to give full expression to the democracy by moving Nigeria from consumption to production.
“Our vision and mission is to give full expression to our democracy by moving our country from consumption to production. With $20 billion in remittances in 2021, Nigeria ranks 6th behind the top five recipient countries; namely; India, Mexico, China, the Philippines, Egypt, and Bangladesh.
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“It is our shared common value to build a democratic, just and egalitarian Nigeria that has brought us all together today. Membership, they say, has its privileges. Thus, Nigeria Diaspora has a continuing role and responsibility toward nation building and national development.
“We have to ensure that by 2027 general elections, Nigeria Diaspora must have a voice to collectively express themselves via absentee ballots. We will tweak the security architecture, and incentivize professionalism by offering each arm or agency, lead in areas where they have comparative advantage.”
Tweeps have hailed Peter Obi for being the first candidate to discuss issues and solutions directly with Nigerians, since creation of Nigeria, and democracy.
“In the history of Nigeria’s elections. Peter Obi is the first candidate to discuss issues and solutions directly with Nigerians.
“He is not waiting for a spokesman, and packaged interviews to discuss with Nigerians while others are focusing on rigging, tribalism, hate speech, falsehood, propaganda, thuggery, vote-buying, etc but the Citizens are now wiser.”